Took the mini Cornflower stencil and stencilled Beach Hut fresco paint, the flowers. I used the flowers fairly randomly over the tag.
Next, mix some grunge paste on your craft mat and mix in some paint (I used Beach Hut again). On the tag on the left, I just over-stencilled the largest of the flowers (masking off the others). On the second tag I used the rest of the tinted paste, as shown.
Then took a script stamp (Paperartsy, from ID09EZ) and tumbled glass distress ink, again stamped it without using a block.
Finished with some pale bluey-white fibres
It would have been MUCH easier with a bigger brush but I didn't have a spare, clean one I could use. Leandra recommends keeping a brush dedicated for Treasure Gold, so I'll be going shopping soon!
Anyhow, covered the whole tag, then sanded back the flowers, to get back to the tinted grunge paste.
To finish the tag, I took a Kraft paper chain (I got these from Ally Pally too, several years ago) one side has aquote on them, the other is a ruler. I stuck this to the tag using double sided tape, then gave it a light coating of fresco paint (Stone) to knock back some of the kraft colour and stamped one of my Donna Downey stamps on top (see next photo for a better look)
Tied some fibres to the tag (they were a bit too 'clean' so grunged the creamy colour with some walnut stain distress ink.
So, one stencil, two tags, two very different looks (hope you're still with me!!)